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The Master was the successor to the C16 and C19 bodies on the Mercedes-Benz T2 chassis, and was essentially a minibus version of the Capital single-deck body, having a largely similar rear end, front destination display, and side window arrangement.
A total of 53 were built, the biggest customer being First Essex with 15. Coakley Bus of Motherwell took nine, while Dart Buses of Paisley bought five. The remainder were mostly sold to small operators.
Rear view of the same bus, demonstrating the similarity of the Master's rear end to that of the Capital.
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